The secrets of Sawdust's incredible new typography for Wired

One of the most revered magazines on the UK newsstand (and indeed on the App Store), Wired UK is a title many designers turn to for design inspiration. For the latest redesign, award-winning creative director Andrew Diprose looked to reinvent the section headers of the magazine, and turned to UK design duo Sawdust -- aka Rob Gonzalez and Jonathan Quainton -- to design some exquisite bespoke typography. We caught up with them to discuss the brief, the creative process and the challenges.

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Rob Carney

Rob is editorial, graphic design and publishing lead at Transport for London. He previously worked at Future Publishing over the course of several years, where he launched digital art magazine, ImagineFX; and edited graphic design magazine Computer Arts, as well as the Computer Arts Projects series, and was also editor of technology magazine, T3.